Thousands evacuate Florida Panhandle to prepare for Hurricane Michael
1 week ago
Thousands of people have evacuated the Florida Panhandle in anticipation of Hurricane Michael. However, some of the state's most vulnerable populations will have to stay put during the storm. Not only is the hurricane expected to bring strong winds and heavy rain, it also has potential to worsen the red tide plaguing the state. Manuel Bojorquez joins CBSN from Tallahassee to share how the community is preparing for the storm.
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